An 84-year-old man could face assault charges for allegedly hitting Eastpointe’s police chief in the head with a mobile phone, following a city council meeting Tuesday.
Police say Frank Zundl hit Chief Michael Lauretti in the forehead, as the chief attempted to remove the man from City Hall.READ MORE: Michigan Gas Prices Increase 19 Cents Ahead Of Memorial Day
“The only way I can describe it was like a tomahawk chop,” Eastpointe Deputy Police Chief Leo Borowsky told the Detroit News.READ MORE: Family Of Justin Shilling Files Lawsuit Against Oxford Schools
Lauretti had a cut on his head and was being examined by a doctor Wednesday.
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